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FieroGT stretch Concept by Amida
Started on: 02-11-2006 05:08 PM
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Report this Post08-25-2018 02:44 PM Click Here to See the Profile for AmidaClick Here to Email AmidaSend a Private Message to AmidaEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

 
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Originally posted by anaverin:

I live in Washington and Could drive to Seattle Area. What would it cost to get a center console covered with local pickup? I want to cover it in black.


Do you mean the factory rear console/armrest?

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G1 door panel set completed in Leather: Reno black/ Mr.Mikes dark gray 8L ( 8L leather discontinued )


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Originally posted by fieroVAN:

I tale you what ..... it's look much much better in person. Thank you Rob for amazing products. I do love my dash and doors panels 😆


FieroVAN, can you post some pics of your converted interior? Would love to see how well the G1 dash and door panels flow together....

THANKS!!

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Just picked up five sets of raw G1 dash components from the waterjet cutting shop. Will get some prep done then off to the powder coater.

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G1 interior urethane components fabrication process briefly explained.



BJB TC-895 2-part black high temp casting urethane. 6 minute work time. High heat deflection rating. Will not warp in hot summer weather.



RTV silicon mold. Sprayed with Ease Release to prevent sticking/pitting and extend the life of the mold.




Straw vents installed to provide reservoir of resin & air bubble passage during injection. Reservoir of resin is need to prevent air draw back due to resin leakage between the mold halves.



After mixing the 2 part urethane vacuum is applied for 1 minute to remove air bubbles.




Urethane slowly injected with a large syringe on an elevated surface. Resin is injected at the lowest point. Vents are installed at all high points.



Pressurized at 60psi until urethane has solidified, about 20 minutes, to reduce remaining air bubbles. Mold is immediately transferred to an oven and cured for about 8 hours at 190* F.




Cured components ready for de-molding. Any remaining bubbles will be on the back side which will later be filled during subsequent mixings.

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I love my G1 dash so much I actually hugged it.
don't judge

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Originally posted by predmeister:

I love my G1 dash so much I actually hugged it.
don't judge


Feel free to post some pictures of your project.

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I will. It's at a friends shop about 20 miles outside of town. Don't get out there as much as I want

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G1 door panels covered in Grand Prix black vinyl with red stitching.





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Breaking from interior work to do one Fi355 nose with Maxima lights.




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Your work is awesome man! Looking good! Thanks for posting the pics of the molding process, very cool

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Picked up a batch of finished G1 aluminum pieces from the powder coating shop.

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Originally posted by Amida:

G1 door panels covered in Grand Prix black vinyl with red stitching.






Awesome work!

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Seriously to those who have installed the G1 dash and door panels in their Fiero;

Can you PLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEZE post some pics of the completed dash/door panel installation? I want to see how the dash aligns with the door panels to help me determine the color scheme I want to go with on my G1 interior.

This is a beautiful design and I can't believe no one has posted photos (at least that I could find!) of their awesome new interior!

Thanks in advance......

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